New Hampshire Elects Haverhill Attorney Harb to Serve as State Representative

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Attorney Robert D. Harb made political moves in Tuesday’s state election. (WHAV News file photograph)

Haverhill-based business lawyer Robert D. Harb was elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives in Tuesday’s midterm election, officials from Plaistow, N.H., and Atkinson, N.H., confirm.

Currently serving as Plaistow’s town moderator, Harb appeared on the Republican ballot to represent residents in Plaistow and Atkinson’s District 14. Unofficial totals out of Plaistow had Harb receiving 1,520 votes, with 1,681 votes cast on his behalf in Atkinson.

He appeared on the Republican ballot opposite Norman L. Major, Peter Torosian and Debra L. DeSimone.